Coombe Millennium II pedals come with a 5 year warranty against defects in materials and worksmanship (normal wear excluded). To purchase the pedals, contact your local dealer, or you can order direct with our risk free, unconditional 60 day money back guarantee. Please view/print the on-line instruction manual, prior to ordering, and contact us if you have any questions. Thank you.
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World Class Performance - Precision Made in the USA
Engineered from the inside-out to deliver more power to the cranks
than any other pedal system, the MILLENNIUM II pedals use a
state of the art axle and bearing design, along with a patented
twist-in retention mechanism to achieve unrivaled performance.
No expense has been spared in building the world's finest pedal
system. All of the metal components are precision manufactured
from aerospace grade materials, then specially heat treated and
cryogenically processed for maximum strength and durability.
Learn more below.
Built to last a lifetime, the MILLENNIUM II's integrated bearing arrangement incorporates dual rows of roller bearings
positioned around a central row of ball bearings. The patented design is extremely compact, yet offers the lowest
friction and highest load rating of any pedals' bearings, providing increased performance and reliability.
Millennium II axles are made with heat treated, high strength
stainless steel, and are generously sized for maximum
rigidity and power transfer, with up to 50% less deflection
under load than competitors' steel axles.
While some competitors offer axles in 6/4 titanium,
when made to the same dimensions as steel axles
(as is required for compatibility) these are only about
60% as rigid as steel, and the slight weight savings
is more than offset by the energy lost due to the
increased flexing of the axle.
Coombe axles are through hollowed for weight reduction
approaching that of solid titanium axles, but provide the
superior strength and rigidity that only steel can offer.
Designed to put maximum power to the pedals, the
MILLENNIUM II shoe cleats are made of rigid, high
strength and wear resistant bronze alloy.
The cleats provide 6 degrees of float, and mount to
standard road shoes using the two side by side
eyelets. They are available in three different
mounting hole drilings to provide the fore/aft
axle locations shown to the side.
The "Green" cleat (shown) positions the axle directly
in-line with the bolt hole centers of the shoe. This
position provides significantly more arch support,
with less strain on the Achilles tendon than the once
traditional "Red" line axle placement.
The "Blue" cleat positions the axle 4mm behind the
bolt hole centers of the shoe, moving it more directly
under the arch of the foot. This position provides
the most arch support, and the least amount of strain
on the muscles/tendons of the lower leg.
The "Yellow" cleat positions the axle of the pedal
4mm in front of the bolt hole centers. This positions
the axle closer to the "Red" line, and should be used
with caution, as it increases the pressure on the ball
of the foot, which can lead to "hot spots", etc.
COOMBE cleats position
the axle "1" closer to the
arch for better support,
and less strain "S", than
in position "2", as used in
most other systems.
Faster on the bike, and faster off the bike - MILLENNIUM II shoe cleats
feature aerodynamically sculpted, hard rubber walking pads.
The pads insert into the rear of the cleats and are simple to
replace when worn. Combined with the exceptionally
low profile of the cleats, off the bike mobility
is faster and safer than ever.
MILLENNIUM II shoe cleats are aerodynamically
sculpted, low in profile, and provide +/-3 degrees
of knee friendly float. The pedal bodies recess
into the cleats enabling a 10mm total stack
(pedal + cleat) the lowest of any 3 bolt system.
||10mm (pedal + cleat)
||2 rows needle & 1 row ball (patented
||+/- 3 degrees from center
||Tongue and groove "twist-in" to engage (patented)
||110 grams each (all stainless steel)
||55 grams each (heat treated bronze)
||53.5mm* (crank face to pedal center)
* Note: Optional axle lengths providing 50.5mm and 58.5mm Q factors are available by special order.
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Built for the world's strongest sprinters, the MILLENNIUM II's patented "twist-in" tongue and groove
retention mechanism is rock solid, transferring power directly into the cranks without any flexing
between the cleat and the pedal body. The simplicity of the design provides improved security
and reliability by eliminating the spring loaded latches, and plastic parts, used in other systems.
The bearings are protected by lip and labyrinth seals, and the hollow axle is filled with a grease reserve. This enables
the seals to be flushed by simply pressing the grease plunger (shown above) about 2mm further into the axle every
2-3 thousand miles. With proper lubrication intervals, the bearings will last for the lifetime of the pedals, while
providing increased performance, and lower cost of ownership, than any other "high end" pedal system.